Nitasha Tiku is The Washington Post's tech culture reporter based in San Francisco. She has written front page stories for the newspaper about the rise of text-to-image generative AI like DALL-E and Stable Diffusion, a Google engineer who believed the company's AI had become sentient, caste discrimination among Indian engineers in Silicon Valley, and the unpaid labor of leading a Black employee resource group. Before joining The Post in 2019, Tiku had a decade of experience helping readers understand how Silicon Valley thinks and operates. Most recently, she was a senior writer for WIRED. Before that, she worked as a staff writer at BuzzFeed News, the Verge, Valleywag, NYmag.com and other places.
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